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  Farewell Bernie Casey [read more]
  Actor, artist, sportsman dies aged 78
  The death of Bernie Casey has been announced, after he died following a short illness. A man with many strings to his bow, he made his name on the American football field before applying himself to his love of painting and poetry, but then Hollywood came calling, as it did with many sportsmen in the 1970s, and though he debuted in sequel Guns of the Magnificent Seven, he became a fixture of Blaxploitation flicks, starting with tick... tick... tick..., and continuing with Hit Man, Black Gunn, Cleopatra Jones, Cornbread, Earl and Me, and his lead in the memorably absurd Dr Black, Mr Hyde.

Other projects included Martin Scorsese's Boxcar Bertha, Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Martian Chronicles miniseries, Sharky's Machine, Never Say Never Again (as Felix Leiter), Revenge of the Nerds, Spies Like Us, Steele Justice, Amazon Women on the Moon, spoofing his past wonderfully in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (as the boys' history teacher), Another 48 Hrs, Under Siege, The Glass Shield, In the Mouth of Madness, and a lot of television episodes. Self-possessed, regal and confident, Casey was always worth watching.
  Graeme Clark [21 Sep 2017 at 12:09]

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